Arrowdawn is once again standing its hand to help support a major north-east festival.
The business is among the sponsors of the 29th Great Grampian Beer Festival, being staged at Pittodrie Stadium in Aberdeen from June 4 to 6.
The gathering – organised by the Aberdeen, Grampian and Northern Isles CAMRA branch – has become a mainstay of the city’s events calendar.
Arrowdawn managing director Gordon Adie says:
“The festival attracts large numbers of real ale enthusiasts and always generates a great atmosphere.”
“It adds a vibrant and lively dimension to the city’s social and cultural programme every year, and we’re pleased to be supporting it again.”
Aberdeen-based Arrowdawn is sponsoring both the beer tokens and the T-shirts of the bar staff at the festival, which provides a platform for the promotion of real ales – around 100 will feature over the three days.
Entry to the festival, in the Richard Donald Stand, costs £6.
For more information visit www.aberdeencamra.org.uk